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Sep 4, 2010 8:00am EDT
's pit master kevin roberts, shows us how it is done. he is here. he's a tornado of energy over there. he has burgers, spare ribs hot dogs, buffalo chicken, preparing the ultimate blow-out for your labor day weekend. we have some football fans in the background. >> just a few. >> all that coming up. >>> one final check of this morning's headlines, betty is at the new ss desk. hurry up and get out of here. >>> help may be on the way for homeowners who owe more than their homes are worth. a published report says tuesday president obama could announce a plan for banks to reduce the monthly cost of the mortgage and then have the government hold the mortgage. some estimates say as many as 11 million homeowners are in jeopardy of defaulting. >>> key piece of evidence in determining the cause of the gulf oil disaster is being recovered today. bp is bringing the 300-ton blow-out preventer up from one mile below the surface. hundreds of lawsuits have been filed against bp seeking damages from the disaster that killed 11 workers and dumped more than 200 million gallons of o
Sep 22, 2010 11:00pm EDT
and apparently it was leaking into our kitchen. >> reporter: kevin roberts lives next door. his place is totally destroyed as he tries to salvage what he can in the dark, he counts his blessing that both he and his roommate were at when the fire started. >> i thought this was a movie. it didn't look real to me. i am in shock, disbelief and -- >> reporter: his voice trails off as he tries to find words to describe how he feels about his neighbors who did not survive. brittany morehouse, 9news now. >> and as of right now, we have no idea what caused that fire. the fairfax county firefighters are still investigating it. >>> new at 11:00, mother nature caused some problems for one montgomery county family tonight. take a look at this. high winds blew this tree down on a home in wheaton. you can see the branch is dangling over the deck. the power has been flickering on and off all night long. >> but things have calmed down a bit as of now. so for a quick look at what is going on, let's go to topper shutt. >> we're not talking about any watches or any warnings. we will start with live doppler 9000. th
Sep 11, 2010 10:00am PDT
for your leadership and all the great staff at san francisco department of the environment. robert daly, kevin drew, the of the facility. i feel like all of us are starng to see what the problems in this country are. i think plenty of people are opinionated. i don't think there's many forums where you can really express yourself or try to make a difference or anything. i mean...wha'...whatdo... what do i do, ya' know? the only people that i'm able to affect are the people who care about what i have to say. there is something you can do, but i'm sure it wouldn't be, uh...easy. different man: i get angry about it, but it's like... ya' know, in my own apartment. [laughs] >> park commission. >> commissioner harrison, commissioner lee, commissioner martin. >> let me make a couple of announcements. item #2 and #three are going to be put on the agenda after item 14, to try to move the agenda items and have a vote. there are commissioners here who are under restricted time schedules. we're going to try to move as quickly as we can to respect those limitations. the use of cellular phones and oth
Sep 20, 2010 6:30am PDT
leadership and all the great staff at san francisco department of the environment. robert daly, kevin drew, the of the facility. >> what i think about the arts in san francisco, i think of an ecosystem that has many different constituents and components. you have many large organizations, mid-sized groups, and smaller organizations looking to prevent their ideas to the public. part of the ecosystem includes a parade of committing. individuals have to partner with the organizations. today, we are speaking with one of the important components of that ecosystem which is the role of the art incubator. we are fitting with [inaudible] joining me to talk about this is jessica robinson love, the executive director. welcome to culture wire. >> thank you for having me. >> can you tell me about your organization? >> we serve as an incubator for artists who are experimenting, departing from, and developing their performance work. we support this through an artist in residence program, through festivals, and also through a variety of commission programs and shorter showings. >> what prompted us to come
Sep 25, 2010 1:30pm PDT
newsom for your leadership and all the great staff at san francisco department of the environment. robert daly, kevin drew, the of the facility. . >> forgot no. 2. silver is nothing. there is no having made it and so we beat foreman. i love the competition. . >> american made has really taken it on themselves to green american cities. >> we have a new organizer for the city and county of san francisco. oh, mayor as well. yeah, that's part of the job description. yeah, mayor of san francisco. >> the city is extremely concerned about the emission of green house gasses and making san francisco a sustainable city. >> we need to find other ways to create energy without harm to the environment and this is one source. >> we have over 2 megawatts of solar on various city buildings. we are looking at tidal power and we're
Sep 25, 2010 2:00pm PDT
of the environment. robert daly, kevin drew, the of the facility. apologize for the late start. we have four members, so we had to wait to get a quorum before we could begin the committee meeting , so the thank you very much for your patience. i would like to call to order this meeting, this meeting of the ad hoc committee. this means that all members of the board have been invited, and we welcome the commissioners who are not members of the committee, as well as the staff. this is the meeting for monday, september 13, 2010. 4 board, the attendance areas and elementary to middle school feeder patterns and a general education transportation policy, so we will with the staff presentation, and and public comment. so there are a lot of people here tonight. w=i am glad you are here. the subject is very important to all of us, so we are going to the answers are available, and we will begin with the staff presentation. superintended? >> yes, before we turn it over to arlene and archie, i really do want to commend one person for taking on this challenge and j this great input over a long time, actually, but
Sep 3, 2010 11:00pm EDT
, brian roberts goes down. a single into left field, tampa bay of 3-0 at that point. kevin millwood of 23 and 154 this season. the forecast is straight ahead. >> that is enough of earl. 79 tomorrow would sunshine. watch out for the gusty winds coming in from the west. down to 51 by sunday morning. low 80s sunday and very comfortable at night. it warms up by mid-week. there is not a raindrop in sight. for the weekend, it looks perfect. >> thank you for joining us this evening. we have our rebroadcast for you at midnight on wbal plus. we will see back here tomorrow night. have a good night, everybody, and a great weekend. >> announcer: it's "the tonight show with jay leno," featuring rickey minor nd
Sep 15, 2010 12:00pm EDT
the support. as for the primary, the latest tally we have is kevin kamenetz with 52% of the vote, and joe bartenfelder with 44%. >> thank you. the race for maryland governor now begins governor martin o'malley easily won the democratic nomination and former governor robert ehrlich held off brian murphy. despite a high-profile endorsement from sarah palin. you can see the results -- of the other races at the bottom of your screen. officials say turnout was lower than expected. by this time yesterday, only 15,000 baltimore city residents had been to the polls. 18% took part in the primaries. the official numbers are expected later today. voters in several -- in seven states and washington, d.c., have decided who will be on their ballot. we are in washington but last night's results request do not -- results. >> do not ever underestimate the results of we, the people. >> the tea party favorite won the nomination in delaware. >> this is an unpredictable political season where anything goes. >> in new hampshire, there were still counting ballots this morning. the republican with a 1% of lead i
Sep 4, 2010 5:00am EDT
out brian roberts swinging, and that set the tone for the night as the o's could not keep up with garza. drops a soft single into left field. up kevin millwood. joyce in to score. tampa bay goes on to beat the birds 4-1 last night to open the weekend set at camden yards. i'm gerry sandusky. hope your weekend is off to a fantastic start. >> it is 5:55. 75 degrees on tv hill. here's a look ahead to our next hour of "11 news saturday morning". >> i'm george lettis. early voting has begun in maryland. >> plus, we check in on ocean city where they are breathing a sigh of relief as tropical storm earl pulls north. >> it pulls out of the picture and great weather ahead. details ahead. >> we have entered one of the busiest times of the year on our highways and neighborhood streets. school buses, minivans, and s.u.v.'s filled with students are now on the road. add in a class of first-time drivers, and your daily commute just got more crowded. it also became more dangerous. cars and students are filling the cross-walks, texting, talking, and tweeting. all distractions. maryland ix like
Sep 21, 2010 11:00am EDT
control. >> reporter: back to you. >> our thanks to kevin for that report. that will do it for me this hour. i thank you for your time. i'm thomas roberts. contessa brewer is here to pick things up. >> my skin is crawling because of that report. it grosses me out. >> it's a little creepy. but there's a summit for it, contessa. >>> we're watching now in washington, d.c., looking for this don't ask, don't tell vote. it's coming up in about two hours. already people are staking their claims, lawmakers on both sides of this issue. the question is, will there be consequences for people who don't support don't ask, don't tell repeal? lieutenant dan toy joins me talk about the consequences. >>> this voter thinks his rescue is coming in the nick of time, but the water rushes over, the boat actually capsizes. wait until you see what happens, caught on camera. [ male announcer ] prilosec otc traveled to fairbanks, alaska. home of one of the coldest, longest nights on the planet. and asked frequent heartburn sufferers, like carl, to put prilosec otc's 24 hour heartburn protection to the test
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Sep 1, 2010 11:00am EDT
it in the bank. jon: bob beckel is energized, so is kevin madden as well. >> great to be with you. jenna: a fox news exclusive, secretary of defense robert gates meeting with troops in iraq today as the u.s. combat mission in that country comes to an end. our very own james rosen is the only television reporter traveling with the pentagon chief and james will be joining us now from baghdad. james, you asked the secretary a question that some wanted the president to answer last night, whether or not the war in iraq was worth it. what did the secretary say? >> reporter: greetings, jenna, from baghdad, where earlier today, at camp ramadi, which is actually not in baghdad, it's in al umbar province, secretary gates gave a briefing for reporters and one of the reporters asked him point blank was the iraq war worth it, the secretary answered at great length and not exactly directly, saying it will require an historian's perspective to answer the question. he said if iraq ends up as a democratic state, and a constructive participant in international life, as he put it, and he said then, despite the te
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